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    Programmers Please Read

    Hey all,

    I noticed that there's been quite a few requests for tutorials on Java, C, C++ and Perl etc. Since there's been so much interest in these languages I thought I could help a few people out with these links. There's a bucklet load of good information here on all these languages.

    Enjoy,



    Teach Yourself C in 21 Days
    http://lnrpc2.irb.hr/ebooks/0672310694/


    Teach Yourself C++ in 21 Days, 2nd Ed.
    http://members.tripod.com/~firstpod/cpp21/


    Visual C++ 4 Unleashed
    http://docs.rinet.ru:8083/VidimyyC/


    Teach Yourself Perl 5 in 21 days
    http://194.106.118.30/ftp/Docs/Inter...n%2021%20days/


    Perl 5 Unleashed
    http://www-mtl.mit.edu/~kush/PERL5_UNLEASHED/index.htm


    PERL Quick Reference
    http://docs.rinet.ru:8080/PerlSBlohami/


    Using Perl for Web Programming, Special Edition
    http://docs.rinet.ru:8080/Using_Perl5_in_Web/


    Teach Yourself Java in 21 Days, Professional Reference Edition
    http://docs.rinet.ru:8080/J21/


    Tricks of the Java Programming Gurus
    http://docs.rinet.ru:8080/JaTricks/


    Java 1.2 Unleashed
    http://library.cs.tuiasi.ro/programm...hed/ewtoc.html


    HTML 3.2 and CGI UNLEASHED, Professional Reference Edition
    http://docs.rinet.ru:8083/CGI3.2/contents.htm


    Hopefully that will keep some of you happy for a while =).
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    Thanks for taking the time to post those links I think they will be very helpful to me and anyone trying to learn assembly language here is a link art of assembly
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    Thumbs up More!

    Her are some more tutorials for everyone. Best of all they are freeware. The C++ ones are a great reference. I have benn doing C++ and Java script, VBS, and VBS scripting, I find C++ one of the easiest to use. I'm not great kind of in the middle. I still use some of the C++ files from this site as reference materials. It's a great help as my memory is crapy theses days. LOL
    http://www.freewarehome.com/Programming/Tutors_t.html
    Best of all, they are freeware programs. As well. After you learn the basics, they have freeware compilers and such at this site. I have MS C++ and VB programs that I paid a fortune for. (My mistake) They have all kinds of programing freeware on this site. I wish I new before I made the the purchase.
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    nice post......www.vb-faq.com and http://www.programingtutorials.com,<...ecode.com</a>, www.lameindustries.com/.org hackers.om www.tutorials.com/security any of these links dont work let me know ive got thousqands of links covering almost every subject
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    Thumbs up not re-inventing the wheel

    Fantastic! What a nice consolidation of resources!

    Let's not forget that we can get a boost from others and stand on their shoulders:
    http://www.planetsourcecode.com
    http://www.sourceforge.org
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    I want some free software to go go with the free lessons ..... I will take visual J++ and visual studio

    Keepen it real
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    Talking

    can anyone help me just a bit? i'm gonna try to start programing (C or C++ for linux) and i made this file
    #include <stdio.h>
    main()
    {
    printf("blah, blah,");
    }
    then when i went to my termanil and tryed to compile it (gcc file.c) it didn't give me any error or anything but it whouldn't run for some reason.... any ideas? any input whould be great (BTW: anyone know of a e-book about C or C++ for linux?) http://www.1001tutorials.com/




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    Blah.. correct coding proceedure..

    #include <stdio.h>

    int main()
    {
    printf("blah blah\n");

    return(0);
    }


    Main is a funciton like all others and should have a friggin' return value..

    As for your compilation syntax.. cc -o blah blah.c

    Oh ya.. and the link to the best tutorial.. http://www.google.com

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    Post In java now

    public class Blah
    {
    public static void main(String args[])
    {
    System.out.println("blah, blah,");
    }
    }
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    Thanks for the good links .
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